(4.5) Did not see that twist coming! Talk about a cold hearted woman, makes all moms look like fairy god mothers. Suspense, twists, intrigue, second chances and following the mystery of who blew up the plan. Kano and Fallon meet Dee-Dee the vicious, cold hearted mom of Catherine, the girl Kano use to have a relationship with and walked away from when she wouldn't see her mom for what she is. Years later Catherine finds out her mom is meeting Kano for dinner and sends a text to warn him that she is evil. Kano invites her to be at the dinner. She accepts and this book takes off down alleys, in warehouses, kidnapping, and along the way we see the women that Catherine has developed into, the Dr she is helping children. Great read and another step closer to the finding out who was behind the explosion and what all is really going on. Thank you for the arc! I freely volunteer my thoughts and opinons.
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He is in town because of Bullard and he has to see his old girlfriend's mom, who is not really the motherly type. Of course, she finds out about it and Kano says come on to dinner. The surprises just keep coming and you cannot predict the outcome of this one. You keep turning the pages enthralled wanting to keep going, I stayed up half the night knowing I had to work the next day but I had to see what was happening next. I will not do spoilers. This is just that good. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
So many unanswered questions as Kano and Fallon search for clues to the downing of Bullard's plane. It is a page turner with so many twists and turns. It is a standalone tale but it is far better to read in the series (step by step unravelling the mystery of the downing of a plane and attacks on Bullard's men). Beloved characters within the series and from another series (Heroes for Hire). Second chances for Kano as he encounters a love from his past (yeah, romance). Another great story and one more step to solving the mystery. Bravo! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.